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't know exactly what you are looking for. Or for when you want to see everything
on a particular subject.
Topic lists
Presenting article links, list articles provide the function of tables of conten
Overview main articles of various topics
Outlines subject summaries, as follows:
Ease of discovery outlines show which topics belong to a subject and why
Subject structure outlines show topic relationships (what belongs to what)
List of academic disciplines and sub-disciplines subjects studied in college
or university
Classification systems providing an outline or overview of knowledge:
List of Dewey Decimal classes top two levels of this library classification
system, linked to Wikipedia articles
Library of Congress Classification LCC subjects linked to Wikipedia articles
Outline of Roget's Thesaurus articles organised into a system based on six c
lasses, with thousands of branches, following Roget's system
Item lists
Lists of things.
Lists List of lists of related items (things)
Two of the broadest item list collections are:
Lists of countries and territories and many lists by country
Lists of people including by nationality and by occupation
Timelines list articles chronologically.
List of centuries
List of decades
List of historical anniversaries e.g. events on January 1 of any year
2014 major events this year
Portal:Current events featured current events and related project activities
Deaths in 2014 lists notable people who died this year
Category:Graphical timelines graphical timelines in the category and subcate
gories, arranged alphabetically
Lists of articles by quality or popularity:
Featured content
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resented by type:
Featured articles · Featured lists · Featured pictures · Featured portals · Featured sou
nds · Featured topics
Most popular articles
Wikipedia:Top 5000 pages (of the last week)
Wikitop Top 30 most popular articles by categories, with user comments on tr
affic jumps
Alternate formats
A portal introduces the reader to a subject by presenting images, categories and
excerpts of key articles. Portals also guide editing by providing to-do lists.
Portals · Category:Portals
Wikipedia books
Wikipedia books are collections of Wikipedia articles that can be viewed, downlo
aded, or printed into a book. They provide a roadmap for a course of study in a
particular subject.
Category:Wikipedia books (community books) an alphabetical list of the books
Category:Wikipedia books a list of the books, categorized by topic
Spoken articles
Growing collections of Wikipedia articles are starting to become available as sp
oken word recordings as well.
Category:Spoken articles an organized list of all spoken articles
Wikipedia:Spoken articles some general information about the spoken article
Glossaries are lists of terms with definitions. Wikipedia includes hundreds of a
lphabetical glossaries.
Glossaries · Category:Glossaries
Wikipedia's index systems
Category system
Wikipedia's collection of category pages is a classified index system. It is aut
omatically generated from category tags at the bottoms of articles and most othe
r pages. Nearly all of the articles available so far on the website can be found
through these subject indexes.
If you are simply looking to browse articles by topic, there are three top-level
pages to choose from:
Category:Main topic classifications probably what you are looking for: Arts,
History, Technology, etc.
Category:Fundamental categories organizes articles into 'abstract' ontologic
al categories in a way that every article can reasonably be expected to be class
ified within it; and
Portal:Contents/Categories a hand-crafted list of first- and second-level to
pic categories.
For biographies, see Category:People categories by parameter.
Category:Contents is technically at the top of the category hierarchy, but conta
ins many categories useful to editors but not readers. Special:Categories lists
every category alphabetically.
Alphabetical lists of articles
Wikipedia's alphabetical article indexes
Special:Allpages lists all of the current pages in Wikipedia.
Portal:Contents/AZ index provides an easy way to skip to a particular part of the
alphabet in the list of all articles.
Lists of alphabetical indexes
Category:Indexes of topics - alphabetical list of topic indexes
Portal:Contents/Indexes - indexes sorted by topic area
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